Fruit Freezie Stain on Granite
Hi. I have a new black pearl granite island. The grandkids were over eating fruit freezies. One left an open freezie package on the counter to melt. It was there maybe 5-10 minutes. It turned the granite a lighter colour that we cannot remove. The counter on the attached picture looks brown but we turned off the flash so that you could see what happened. With the flash it is harder to see. My husband doesn't think it is stained because it turned a lighter colour - a silvery, instead of darker. It was a strawberry fruit freezie. Two questions: 1. Has anyone had this happen and how was it cleaned on black granite; 2. Could it have happened because the granite wasn't sealed properly by the installers? With all the problems we are having with this granite, if I could go back, I would have stayed with my laminate counters!!! I didn't ever imagine that granite countertops were so delicate!